The IPhone It is known to have a versatile and rather easy-to-use camera. Apples To give a lot of features to iPhone users using computational photography. From Holly Right around the corner, here are some features of the iPhone that you can use to click good photos:
In cinematic mode iPhone 13 Series
If you have an iPhone 13, Cinematic Mode is a great feature for shooting videos. With Cinematic Mode, you have the option to change the focus or adjust the bokeh level even after capture. You can shoot with wide, telephoto or truepath cameras in cinematic mode.
Use Macro Mode to get real close-up shots of color
The macro lens of the iPhone 13’s ultra-wide camera can focus at only 2 centimeters. The details are amazingly captured and you can give it a shot if you want to capture Gulal or any other color intimately. Apple gives you the option to shoot macro videos – with slow speeds and time lapses.
Deep fusion Get the ‘best’ picture
If you don’t shoot in very good light, Apple’s Deep Fusion technology really comes in handy. It uses the Neural Engine to perform pixel-by-pixel analysis of different exposures and fuses the best parts into your final image. This is a feature that turns on automatically and you can’t really turn it on.
Smart HDR: Ideal for shooting a group of people
At Holi, you might want to click a photo of a group and that’s where Smart HDR starts. It can adjust for more than one person in a scene All of this is done automatically behind the scenes and can refine contrast, light and skin tone for each person.